The Suites At La Palmeraie
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Today is the day! Jonathan, Keith, Charlie and I are heading to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Jonathan and I did some grocery shopping last night and all I have to say is we are set in the snack department. Dropping Baxter off at Pet Paradise this morning was, as usual, a little sad. He didn't fuss but I got "The Look" as he rounded the corner out of my view. I am picking up the van at 12:30 after work then off we go! Stay tuned for more interesting posts and ...
Very stormy day in Charleston, SC today (and for the last 3 days in a row); and forecasted to be stormy right through Wed. So making today a driving day!!!
Charleston is affectionately known as "the low country", because the streets pretty much flood and close down whenever it rains an inch or more. Brilliant.
- Miles: 310
- Gas: ...
... on the almost 70 islands inside the swamp! Lakes and the floating "peat beds" also make up the terrain of the Okefenokee.
In the early 1890's, a 12-mile long canal was built in the hopes of draining the swamp. This didn't work. In the early 1900's large amounts of timber were harvested to the point where very few trees can be considered "old growth" in the swamp. Since the swamp ...
... us outside.
Packed cramptly in the car with our luggage, we were driven to the airport and delivered to terminal 7...Business class check in for American Airways. Met in the drop off zone, a Sky Pilot greeted us and was happy enough to collect our baggage from the car. Unbeknown to us, the Sky Pilot also checked us onto the plane and printed out our boarding passes! For the price of a tip (which was much cheaper than the three luggage carts we would ...
... park then carried on up the I-95 until our next stop off at Daytona Beach. Here we had a quick kick around showing the locals our English Football skills (or lack of in Rich's case) and almost decapitated a bikini clad beach girl with a gorilla of a boyfriend who, if I did hit her, would surely have had a word or two. It wasn't long until we were back on the road and drove into the forcasted storms. The rain was so intense that you could not see the road as you ...